Friday, June 27, 2008

Visitation Rights

Quite possibly the cutest bag ever to leave my sewing machine:

I know I've said it before, but this time I really mean it. I'm so in love with this summery little number that I think I'm going to try and get whoever buys it to agree to visitation rights:

Similar but slightly larger than the flap bags I've done in the past, this one's got a strap that works for cross-body or around-the-waist wearing done in the awesome shiny pea green leather that's been one of my recent obsessions, and lined with the same dotty print as the inside of the bag. I am CRAZY over how cute it came out!
It's going in the shop today....consider yourselves warned.

So we're on week two of our CSA, and wowee did we get some amazing stuff this week:

The box included tons of super fresh salad greens, baby bok choy, more of the tasty radishes from last week, kohlrabi, broccoli, cornmeal, and the most amazingly delicious snap peas this pea hater has ever tasted. So once again, I feel like I've won the vegetable lottery. So far the greens have gone into a big salad, and I did up the baby bok choy in a spicy Thai stir fry with chicken last night. YUM!


That is a fantastic,fun bag. Wow.

I am SO having CSA envy. My CSA box was not nearly as plentiful and diverse. I guess I will need to do more research next year.
Hi Tara! Maybe it's just a seasonal thing with the CSA, and you'll get more variety later on? This is my first year so I have nothing to compare it to, but so far I'm totally impressed especially since it's still so early in our season. When I was choosing I really wished for a way to have a better idea of what I could expect so I'm doing a Flickr set of each weeks' box partly with the hope that it might help someone in the same situation..
that is one awesome bag
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